Journal and photos of our travels in the West.

Monday, May 07, 2007

Corte Madera

We are settling in to our new home. This neighborhood is reminiscent of our old neighborhood in edina. Most of the houses were built in the early 50's, probably by the same builder. And many of the neighbors have lived here since then, or at least, since the 70's.

Nancy's initial reaction to the house was dismay, which prompted me to bypass much of what I planned to photograph in S. Utah and get out here. Now, with our furniture and artwork, the house is much more appealing.

Here, Jack cleans out behind the dryer, in the process scoring an old pair of underwear.

This is the barn, which I have turned into a studio. Lissa opines that it will be a great place for the kids to bunk and party in at holdiay gatherings. I fear that someone will fall out of the loft.

Ben and Lissa helped us unpack, and brought much positive energy into the place, counteracting the evil vibe given off by this filthy furnace filter.

A view of Nancy's office, our bedroom, a guest room, and a few assorted views of the landscape.

A young buck, having just feasted on my new tomato plants, debates whether to fight or mate with nancy's aluminum colt.


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